Workgroup Prof. Bergmann

Invited lectures at international and major national scientific conferences

  1.  „Chemilumineszenz und Reaktionsdynamik“ Plenarvortrag auf der Frühjahrstagung der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft
    Köln 1975
  2. Application of Laser Spectroscopy to Molecular Beam Experiments“
    IV. General Conference of the European Physical Society
    York, Großbritannien 1978
  3. Laser Spectroscopy and Inelastic Collisions“
    VII. International Symposium on Molecular Beams
    Riva del Garda, Italien 1979
  4. „Laser Fluorescence Measurements of Differential Cross Sections for Rotational Transitions of Na2
    XI. International Conference on the Physics of Electronic and Atomic Collisions
    Kyoto, Japan 1979
  5.  „Auflösung von stoßinduzierten Rotationsübergängen mit Lasern“
    Plenarvortrag auf der 44. Physikertagung
    Bielefeld 1980
  6. State-to-State Differential Cross Sections for Rotational Excitation in Na2-Rare Gas Collisions“
    Gordon Research Conference
    Wolfeborough/NH, USA 1980
  7. „Laser Studies of Rotational Energy Transfer“
    3rd European Study Conference on Low Energy Molecular Collisions
    Oxford, Großbritannien 1981
  8. „Laser Studies of Rotational Energy Transfer in Molecular Beams“
    5th General Conference of the European Physical Society, „Trends in Physics“
    Istanbul, Türkei 1981
  9. „The Anisotropy of the Na2-Rare Gas Interaction Potential from State-to-State Scattering Experiments“
    American Chemical Society Meeting
    Las Vegas/CA, USA 1982
  10. An Optically Pumped Na2-Supersonic Beam Laser“
    Lasers and Applications International Conference (ICALS)
    Bukarest, Rumänien 1982
  11. Inelastic Collisions and State Selection Using Lasers“
    National Atomic and Molecular Physics Conference
    Manchester, Großbritannien 1983
  12. Recent Advance in Laser State Selection“
    Symposium on the Application of Lasers to Molecular Dynamics, Satellite Meeting to MOLEC V
    Jerusalem, Israel 1984
  13. Optically Pumped Molecular Beam Lasers - Concept and Applications“
    14th Australian Spectroscopy Conference
    Canberra, Australien 1985
  14. Recent Advances in Vibrational-Rotational Energy Transfer Studies of
    Na2 Including mj-Selection“
    Gordon Research Conference on Molecular Collision Dynamics
    Wolfeborough/NH, USA 1986
  15. Scattering Experiments with Aligned and Vibrationally Excited
    Molecules“
    IV. National Workshop on Atomic and Molecular Physics,
    Varanasi, Indien 1986
  16. Rotational Rainbows in Electron-Molecule Collisions“
    Dynamics of Molecular Collisions
    Wheeling/WV, USA 1987
  17. Optical Pathways to Vibrational Excitation in Molecular Beams“
    ATMOL Symposium
    Durham, Großbritannien 1988
  18. The Effect of Vibrational Bond Stretching in Molecular Collisions“
    7th European Conference on the Dynamics of Molecular Collisions
    (MOLEC VII)
    Assisi, Italien 1988
  19. Stöße von Atomen und Molekülen mit Laserfeldern“
    Hauptvortrag, DPG-Frühjahrstagung,
    München 1990
  20. Population Transfer by Laser-Induced Adiabatic Following“
    Hauptvortrag, National Meeting of the Israelian Physical Society
    Jerusalem, Israel 1990
  21. „Collisions of Atoms and Molecules with Laser Fields: The STIRAP Method for Selective Population Transfer“ International Conference on Atompic Physics (ICAP 12)
    Ann Arbor/MI, USA 1990
  22.  „Inhärent breitbandige kontinuierliche Laser“
    Hauptvortrag, DPG-Frühjahrstagung
    Freiburg 1991
  23. Collision Dynamics of Highly Vibrationally Excited Small Molecules: Recent Results and New Techniques“
    XIII International Symposium on Molecular Beams
    El Escorial, Spanien 1991
  24. Population Transfer in Atoms and Molecules: A new Concept“
    1st International Symposium on Atomic and Molecular Dynamics
    Taipeh, Taiwan 1991
  25. Inherently Broad Band cw Laser: Emission Properties and Application for Laser Cooling“
    VII Interdisciplinary Laser Science Conference
    Monterey/CA, USA 1991
  26. Population Transfer by Stimulated Raman Scattering with Delayed Pulses: the Concept, some Problems, and Experimental Demonstration“ Symposium on Time and State Resolved Chemistry
    (SPIE-Conference)
    Los Angeles/CA, USA 01/92
  27.  Manipulation von Atomen und Molekülen in Teilchenstrahlen durch neuartige Lasermethoden“
    Plenarvortrag, DPG-Frühjahrstagung,
    Hannover 03/92
  28. „Coherent Population Transfer between Atomic and Molecular Levels:
    the STIRAP Concept and Application“
    Gordon Research Conference on „Atomic and Molecular Interactions“
    New London/NH, USA 07/92
  29. Modelocking in Lasers with Internal Frequency Shifted Feedback“ SPIE Conference on „Laser Optics for Intracavity and Extracavity Applications“
    Los Angeles/CA, USA 01/93
  30. „Coherent Population Transfer in Atoms and Molecules“ German-Israel Foundation Workshop
    „The Dynamics of Chemical Reactions - Future Directions“
    Jerusalem, Israel 03/93
  31. Coherent Population Transfer and Application in Collision
    Dynamic Studies“
    Spring Meeting of the American Physical Society Division of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics (DAMOP)
    Reno/NV, USA 05/93
  32. „Coherent Population Transfer and Applications in Collision Dynamics“
    European Quantum Electronics Conference ’93
    Florenz, Italien 09/93
  33. „Coherent Population Transfer: Application to Collision Dynamics and
    Spectroscopy“
    Annual Meeting of the Molecular Beams and Dynamics Group,
    University of Warwick, Warwick, Großbritannien 04/94
  34. „Coherent Population Transfer“
    7th International Symposium on Resonance Ionisation Spectroscopy and its Application (RIS-94)
    Bernkastel-Kues 07/94
  35.  Manipulation von Atomen und Molekülen mit neuen Lasermethoden: kohärenter Besetzungs- und Impulstransfer mit Anwendungen“ Plenarvortrag auf der Jahrestagung der Österreichischen Physikalischen Gesellschaft
    Innsbruck, Österreich 09/94
  36. „Coherent Preparation of Vibrational Levels with cw and Pulsed Lasers: Recent Progress and New Experiments“
    Interdisciplinary Laser Science Conference
    Dallas/TX, USA 10/94
  37. Vibrational Dependence of Positive and Negative Ion Formation in Electron- Molecule Collisions“
    James-Franck-Symposium
    Israelische Akademie der Wissenschaften,
    Jerusalem, Israel 11/94
  38. „Coherent Population Transfer in Multilevel Systems“ Symposium on „Manipulating Molecules with Fields“ American Chemistry Society National Conference
    Anaheim/CA, USA 04/95
  39. Coherent Population Transfer in Multilevel Systems
    7th Rochester Conference on Coherence and Quantum Optics
    Rochester/NY, USA 06/95
  40. High Resolution Studies of the Vibrational Dependence of Negative Ion
    Formation in Low Energy Electron - Molecule Collisions
    International Conference on the Physics of Electronic and Atomic Collisions
    Whistler/BC, Canada 07/95
  41. „Coherent Population Transfer in Multilevel Systems“
    European Quantum Electronics Conference
    Davos, Schweiz 09/
  42. „Coherent Population Transfer in Multilevel Systems and the Role of
    Adiabatic Following“
    Deutsch-Israelisches James-Franck Symposium „Interaction of Molecules with Coherent
    Light“
    Garching 12/95
  43. Coherent Population Transfer in Multilevel Systems“ Bat-Sheva Workshop über „Coherent Control“
    Neve-Ilan, Israel 03/96
  44. Coherent Multiphoton Excitation: Diabatic and Adiabatic Evolution“
    Gordon Research Conference on Multiphoton Processes
    New London/NH, USA 06/96
  45. Coherent Population Transfer in Multilevel Systems and Application to Collision Dynamics“
    European Conference on the Dynamics of Molecular Collisions
    Nyborg, DK (MOLEC XI) 09/96
  46.  „Coherent Population Transfer with Applications to Atom-Optics“
    26th Winter Colloquium on the Physics of Quantum Electronics,
    Snowbird/UT, USA 01/97
  47.  „Einfluß der Vibrationsanregung auf die Reaktionsdynamik kleiner
    Moleküle“
    Hauptvortrag, Frühjahrstagung der Deutschen Physikalischen
    Gesellschaft, Mainz 03/97
  48. Manipulation of Atomic and Molecular Level Population by Coherent
    Radiation Fields“
    Winter College on Quantum Optics at the International Center for
    Theoretical Physics (ICTP)
    Trieste, Italien 03/97
  49. „Coherent Population Transfer with Applications to Atom Optics
    9th European Workshop in Molecular Spectroscopy and Photon
    Induced Processes (PHID9)
    Toulouse, France 11/97
  50. „Laser induced Continuum Structure in He*“
    International Quantum Electronics Conference (IQEC)
    San Francisco/CA, USA 05/98
  51. „Coherent Population Transfer and Related Topics“
    International Symposium on Elementary Chemical Processes
    Perugia, Italien 06/98
  52. Dissociative Attachment to Selectively Vibrationally Excited Molecules“ International Symposium on Electron Correlation in Spectroscopy and Dynamics Kaiserslautern 12/98
  53. „New Developments with the STIRAP Method“
    14th International Conference on Laser Spectroscopy
    Innsbruck 06/99
  54. Quantum State Control in Multi-Level Systems by Tripod-STIRAP“
    Gordon Research Conference on: „Quantum Control of Atomic and Molecular
    Motion Control“
    Plymouth/NH, USA 08/99
  55. Robust Preparation and Detection of Coherent Superpositon States“ Quantum Control and Information
    Nof Gennossar, Israel 11/99
  56.  „Besetzungstransfer durch Stark-Verschiebung mit Nanosekunden Pulsen“ Hauptvortrag. Frühjahrstagung der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft,
    Bonn 04/00
  57.  „Manipulation of Atoms and Molecules by Coherent Radiation“
    Laserphysics 2000
    Ashtarak, Armenien 10/00
  58. „Controlling Molecules by Stark Chirp Rapid Adiabatic Passage“
    Annual Meeting of the Spectroscopy Group
    Institute of Physics
    London, UK 04/01
  59. Experiments on Coherent Excitation, Matter Wave Optics and More with Atomic and
    Molecular Beams“
    XIX International Symposium on Molecular Beams
    Rome, Italy 06/01
  60. Quantum State Manipulation and Collision Dynamics of Vibrationally Excited
    Molecules“
    Dyn. Mol. Collisions
    Copper Mountain, Colorado, USA 07/01
  61. „Coherent Excitation, Adiabatic Passage and Lineshapes in Two Photon
    Processes”
    International Conference of the European Group of Atomic
    Spectroscopy (EGAS)
    Sofia, Bulgaria 07/02
  62.  Stimulierte Ramanstreuung mit adiabatischer Passage: Neue Möglichkeiten bei der
    Manipulation von Atomen und Molekülen durch Laserstrahlung”
    Plenarvortrag als Robert-Wichard-Pohl Preisträger
    Jahrestagung der Deutschen Physikalischen Gesellschaft, Hannover 02/03
  63. Control and characterization of superpositions of multiple degenerate states with cw lasers“
    Gordon Research Conferende on “Quantum Control of Light and Matter”
    Waterville/Maine, USA, 31.07. - 05.08.2005
  64. STIRAP – a powerful population transfer scheme”
    Plenarvortrag, Conference on Quantum Information and Quantum Control II
    The Fields Institute, Toronto, Canada 08/06
  65. Lasers with frequency-shifted feedback: a new concept for high accuracy ranging”
    Laser Physics-2006 Conference
    Ashtarak, Armenia 10/06
  66. Adiabatic passage processes in the gas phase: fundamental aspects and applications” International Heraeus Workshop on “Coherence, Quantum Information and Solid State Physics),
    Bad Honnef 6. - 10.08.2007
  67. Population transfer without loss: one wonder of dark states” 
    Workshop, Gerardo Alzetta’s 85th birthday 
    Pisa, S. Croce in Fossabanda, Italy 05/08
  68. Principles of optically driven adiabatic transfer processes”
    International Workshop on Advances in Atomic and Molecular Physics
    Riga, Lettland 15. - 19.06.2008
  69. Mentoring in den Naturwissenschaften – ein Erfahrungsbericht“
    56. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Anästhesiologie und Intensivmedizin
    Leipzig, 9. - 12. Mai 2009
  70. Stimulated Raman Adiabatic Passage: How in came about“
    5th International CAMEL-Workshop ("Control of Quantum Dynamics of Atoms, Molecules and Ensembles by Light")
    Nesebar/Bulgarien, June 22 - 28, 2009
  71. The role of coherence in laser ranging for industrial applications”
    Internationales Jahrestreffen des MC-RTN Netzwerkes EMALI
    Pisa, Italien 13. - 16.9.2009
  72.  Optically driven adiabatic passage processes: Historical Perspective and some new results”
    Internationaler Abschlussworkshop des SFB 450: „Analyse und Steuerung
    Ultraschneller photoinduzierter Reaktionen“
    Berlin 08. - 10.10.2009
  73. Mentoring in the natural sciences: an experiential account” Internationaler Workshop des MC-RT Netzwerks ENDOCYTE "Functional Imaging and Chemical Biology"
    Dortmund, 16. - 20.11.2009
  74. Mentoring - ein Erfahrungsbericht aus der Sicht eines Naturwissenschaftlers”
    Tagung: "Frauen in Naturwissenschaft und Technik"
    Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken, 31.5.2012
  75. Coherence and Control: a new concept for high accuracy or high speed laser ranging“
    Tagung: „Coherence and quantum control: The legacy of Moshe Shapiro“
    Vancouver, Canada, 12.-17.08.2014
  76. A new concept for high accuracy and high speed laser ranging based on a frequency shifted feedback laser for industrial applications” (Opening lecture)
    “Stimulated Raman Adiabatic Passage (STIRAP)” (Tutorial lecture)
    “How to write a good proposal” (Educational lecture)
    Quanta and Matter: Through Physics to Future Emerging Technologies
    (“Quantarm-2014”)
    Yerevan-Tsaghkadzor, Armenia, 22.-26.09.2014
  77. High accuracy or high speed laser ranging: a new concept”
    Control of Quantum Dynamics of Atoms, Molecules and Ensembles by Light
    Eleventh International Workshop (CAMEL XI)
    Nesebar, Bulgaria, 14.-19.06.2015
  78. STIRAP – was it found accidentally or planned?”
    (The status and future perspective 25 years after the introduction of STIRAP) Stimulated Raman Adiabatic Passage in Physics, Chemistry and Technology Kaiserslautern, Germany, 22.-25.09.2015
  79. Stimulated Raman Adiabatic Passage (STIRAP): A concept conquering new territory” Plenarvortrag: International AMOP Spring Meeting of the German Physical Society Hannover, Germany, 29.02. - 04.03.2016
  80. "Controlling the internal energy of quantum systems"
    Humboldt-Kolleg, (Humboldians and the Scientific Progress in the Central and Eastern European Countries)
    Sofia 16.-18.11.2017

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